The Cause Is A Lump Behind The Right Ear Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello. why yes, a lump appears behind the right ear accompanied by nausea and a bad throat
Hello Felicia, Thank you for the question.
The lump behind the ear that you are conveying may be caused by swollen lymph nodes that occur when experiencing infection. This complaint may be related to complaints of discomfort in your throat, which can be caused by:
You can monitor these lumps first. If it is caused by swollen lymph nodes, then the lymph nodes will shrink when the infection heals. At the same time, please do the following suggestions:
get enough rest for 6-8 hours per day
consume nutritious food
avoid consuming foods that irritate the throat esophagus such as spicy and oily foods
increase the consumption of water
manage stress well
Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke and air pollution
gargle with warm salt water to help overcome the discomfort in the throat
Don't hesitate to consult a doctor if these complaints really bother you. The doctor needs more information about your symptoms and examines you before giving further treatment. It is also advisable to consult a doctor if the lump behind the ear does not improve for more than 2 weeks, gets worse, or is accompanied by persistent high fever. The doctor will carry out further tests to find the exact cause of the lump and provide further treatment.
Hopefully this information helps you.